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NYC Mayor, Bill de Blasio commits $28 million to SIUH to help weather potential hurricanes like it saw in 2012 with Superstorm Sandy. Combined with $12 commitment from NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo, the hospital estimates the upgrades to their facilities will be complete by spring 2016. SIUH thanks Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio for their leadership and commitment to the health and well-being of the people of Staten Island, and a special thanks to Staten Island’s Borough President, James S. Oddo, Councilman Vincent M. Ignizio, and Steven Matteo, NY State Senator Andrew J. Lanza, and NY State Assemblyman, Michael Cusick. Without them, this project wouldn’t be possible.
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Dr. Lidia Tripolski of Pediatrics at Staten Island University Hospital says getting the flu shot should be at the top of your child’s back to school list. With over 1/5 of the population in United St ...
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Ebola patient Dr. Kent Brantly is a hero: “Dr. Brantly contracted the ebola virus while he was on a humanitarian medical mission of mercy,” Dr. Ambreen Khalil, told MSNBC News this morning. “He is a hero who risked his own life for others. There is no question that he and other Americans should come home for care.” Dr. Khalil allayed fear of an epidemic in the U.S.A. during today's discussion on the virus.
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NYC Mayor, Bill de Blasio commits $28 million to SIUH to help weather potential hurricanes like it saw in 2012 with Superstorm Sandy. Combined with $12 commitment from NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo, ...
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Dr. Lidia Tripolski of Pediatrics at Staten Island University Hospital says getting the flu shot should be at the top of your child’s back to school list. With over 1/5 of the population in United States getting the virus each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Tripolski says, it’s better to get he shot sooner than later.
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The federal agency says there is little evidence that testosterone boosting drugs taken by millions of American men concerned about aging and “low T” are beneficial. Nachum Katlowitz, MD, director of ...
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Staten Island University Hospital’s opened the door for patients with claustrophobic MRI fear with its new High-Field Open MRI. This open on all sides device substantially increases image quality and reduces patient stress.
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While a new report states the number of drug overdose deaths went up 41 percent between 2010 and 2013, the same report states that Staten Island's number of opioid overdose deaths fell 32 percent betw ...
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The North Shore-LIJ Health System Mobile Health Van was parked at the South Beach boardwalk offering free blood pressure, bod ...
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As part of Exploring Health Care Careers (EHCC) lecture series, students from local high schools are learning what robotic surgery is all about from Staten Island University Hospital's robotic surgeon and urologist, Dr. Vance Moss. EHCC introduces students to the inner workings of a hospital and prepares them for future careers in healthcare. The hospital has seminars slated through 2014. For more information, visit: www.siuh.edu/future.
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SIUH nurses pitch-in to help storm victims of Superstorm Sandy.
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The Ferrante quintuplets along with their parents on Friday celebrated their fifth birthday earlier this month with the team ...
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